Getting Here

By land, sea or air, getting here can be just as fun as your time in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Take the train from Boston, ride the ferry or hop on a charter flight or private aircraft. Once you’re here, Cape Cod is all within reach.

By Car

Access your Yarmouth adventures from exits 7 and 8 off U.S. Route 6.

From Boston and points north:

Take I-93 South to Route 3 South. Cross the Sagamore Bridge and continue onto U.S. Route 6 (Mid-Cape Highway). Continue to Yarmouth exits.

From Springfield/Worcester:

Take I-90 East (MA Turnpike) to exit 11A, I-495 South toward Cape Cod. Take exit 3 (final exit before going over the Bourne Bridge) and go around the rotary to U.S. Route 6 East (Mid-Cape Highway). Exit right to cross the Sagamore Bridge. Continue on U.S. Route 6 East (Mid-Cape Highway) to Yarmouth exits.

From New York/Connecticut:

Take I-95 East to I-195 East toward E Providence/Cape Cod. Continue to MA Route 25 East toward Cape Cod. Take exit 3 (final exit before going over the Bourne Bridge) and go around the rotary to U.S. Route 6 East (Mid-Cape Highway). Exit right to cross the Sagamore Bridge. Continue on U.S. Route 6 East (Mid-Cape Highway) to Yarmouth exits.

By Train

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the CapeFLYER offers weekend service between Boston and Hyannis.

By Air

Fly right onto the Cape on commercial or charter flights to Barnstable Municipal Airport (HYA). Logan International Airport (BOS) in Boston and T.F. Green Airport (PVD) in Providence, Rhode Island are each approximately 80 miles from Yarmouth.

By Bus

Motorcoach bus companies offer convenient service between nearby Hyannis and Boston, Providence and New York, including Logan International Airport in Boston and T.F. Green International Airport in Providence, RI.

Massachusetts Travel Tips

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